Russell Armstrong Was ‘Concerned And Scared’ For Tell-All Book

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By Amber GoodhandRadar Reporter

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Russell Armstrong may have been driven to suicide by fear of an impending tell-all book, sources exclusively tell RadarOnline.com.

“Russell was recently informed that a tell-all book was being written and that many of his secrets were going to be made public,” a source with inside information said.

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“He had expressed great concern about the book.”

According to the source, the book was going to reveal extensive details about Russell’s sexual indiscretions and preferences along with sordid secrets which could be deemed by some as deviant behavior.

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“He’d been told that several of his exes were going on the record to expose the skeletons in his closet,” the source told RadarOnline.com.

“A few of those close to Russell knew about the book and knew he was really upset about it. Some friends think it was the final straw for him.”

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Russell’s friend Tom Vickers said his pal blamed reality TV for ruining his life and told him: “It’s funny how a reality show can ruin your entire life.”

Russell, 47, was found hanged in a Beverly Hills house on Monday night.

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